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Contextual Keywords

The letter A is an example of a contextual keyword. In most parts of a script you can use A freely as a name for variables or functions:

var A = "howdy."
print ( A ); // prints "howdy"

But when A appears as an argument in Keylist() or Sendkey(), it has a special meaning. In those contexts it means the key A:

var A = "howdy."
SendKey ( A ); // sends letter A.

This happens because A is a contextual keyword of SendKey.

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